Big Data Analytics with R and Hadoop by Vignesh Prajapati

By Vignesh Prajapati

Set up an built-in infrastructure of R and Hadoop to show your information analytics into tremendous facts analytics


  • Write Hadoop MapReduce inside of R
  • Learn facts analytics with R and the Hadoop platform
  • Handle HDFS facts inside of R
  • Understand Hadoop streaming with R
  • Encode and improve datasets into R

In Detail

Big information analytics is the method of reading quite a lot of info of various kinds to discover hidden styles, unknown correlations, and different worthy info. Such info provides aggressive benefits over rival firms and lead to enterprise advantages, equivalent to better advertising and marketing and elevated profit. New tools of operating with enormous information, reminiscent of Hadoop and MapReduce, provide choices to standard info warehousing.

Big info Analytics with R and Hadoop is concentrated at the options of integrating R and Hadoop by way of numerous instruments corresponding to RHIPE and RHadoop. a robust facts analytics engine might be outfitted, which could approach analytics algorithms over a wide scale dataset in a scalable demeanour. this is carried out via facts analytics operations of R, MapReduce, and HDFS of Hadoop.

You will begin with the set up and configuration of R and Hadoop. subsequent, you will find info on a number of useful information analytics examples with R and Hadoop. ultimately, you are going to easy methods to import/export from a number of info assets to R. sizeable facts Analytics with R and Hadoop also will offer you a simple figuring out of the R and Hadoop connectors RHIPE, RHadoop, and Hadoop streaming.

What you'll examine from this book

  • Integrate R and Hadoop through RHIPE, RHadoop, and Hadoop streaming
  • Develop and run a MapReduce software that runs with R and Hadoop
  • Handle HDFS info from inside R utilizing RHIPE and RHadoop
  • Run Hadoop streaming and MapReduce with R
  • Import and export from a number of info assets to R


Big info Analytics with R and Hadoop is an academic variety booklet that makes a speciality of the entire robust massive facts projects that may be accomplished through integrating R and Hadoop.

Who this e-book is written for

This ebook is perfect for R builders who're searching for the way to practice sizeable info analytics with Hadoop. This publication is additionally geared toward those that be aware of Hadoop and need to construct a few clever purposes over great info with R applications. it'd be worthwhile if readers have easy wisdom of R.

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